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PIC OPP TODAY – Raelene Boyle, sporting icon

Breast Cancer Network Australia 2 mins read
BCNA Ambassador and sporting icon Raelene Boyle will be at Robina Town Centre at 11am today, with Gold Coast Suns player Darcy Macpherson.


WHAT: Australian sporting icon Raelene Boyle is heading down to show her support for the breast cancer fundraiser Ride for Hayley at Robina Town Centre today at 11am, with the final day of the fundraiser being this Sunday. Gold Coast Suns player Darcy Macpherson will join in for a ride in his pink beanie, along with breast cancer survivor/advocate and Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) Board member Mellissa Naidoo. 


WHEN: TODAY, Thursday 16 May, 11am


WHERE: Robina Town Centre, Robina Town Centre Dr, Robina QLD 4226 


TIMES: Media are welcome for an 11 am pic opp



Inspired by AFL superstar Shane Crawford’s ride to Perth – to fundraise for BCNA – Ride for Hayley  is in honour of Bakers Delight franchisee Hayley Fyfield, who passed from breast cancer in March 2024. It sees a virtual bike ride from Robina in Queensland to Hampton in Victoria and back. The total target will be 3426kms. People can participate and raise money for BCNA by doing a 10km ride and donating $10, then challenging 10 friends to do the same. People can do their kilometres in person at the Robina Town Centre or sign up to virtually ride 10km anywhere in the country. It has been organised by Bakers Delight's Queensland team to honour their beloved colleague’s memory while raising money for BCNA during its annual Pink Bun fundraising campaign.


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Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is the peak national organisation for Australians affected by breast cancer, and consists of a network of more than 175,000 individual members. BCNA supports, informs, represents and connects Australians affected by breast cancer and works to ensure that Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best support, information, treatment and care appropriate to their individual needs.

Visit our newly refreshed website to find out more about how we support those affected by breast cancer and their supporters.


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